Rammstein’s Until Lindemann unveils new travel guide
Even Lindemann is a very happy father. While not setting himself on fire with Rammstein, or singing transsexourse, eating friends and rubber statues with his Lindemann project, the singer enjoys communicating with nature, whether hunting, fishing or going to other illegal places in the world by pal Joey Kelly, from the Irish group and America The Kelly Family.
In 2017, the duo released a National Geographic picture book on a trip to Yukon, called Yukon: Mein gehasster Freund (Hated Friend). Now, the unexpected boys are back with their second book, the 240-page Amazonas: Reise Zum Rio Javari (Amazon: Journey To The Rio Javari) available for download right now. Honestly, we don’t know much more than that, but given the cover picture and the importance of Lindemann’s compulsion to go into the dark in search of new experiences, we expect it to be a beautiful thing, and some dangers.
Start giving ideas to Santa today.
Back in October, an Instagram post posted on Rammstein showed the band at the La Fabrique studio in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, where they recorded the 2019 nameless album. The caption reads: “Sorry there’s no tour this year – but it’s better to go back to the studio!” Ready when you are gents…